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​THIS IS MY PERSONAL TOUR FOR SEPTEMBER 9, 2020 WITH THE EUROPEAN CAPITALS.  PLEASE SEND YOUR MAILING ADDRESS, IF YOU WOULD LIKE ONE OF THE BROCHURES ARE MOREE.  CLICK BELOW TO SEE THE DETAILS OF THE CRUISE THAT I AM TAKING.

































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Non-Profit with a 501 C3


Ship image for Carnival Triumph

FundPraiser 
Non-Profit with a 501 C3

 

INFORMATION NEED I NEED TO SEND TO CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES

CARNIVAL'S CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTION AMENITY CLAIM FORM


GROUP BOOKING #: _________________________________


SHIP: _______________ SAIL DATE: ____________________


GROUP LEADER'S NAME: ____________________________


TELEPHONE CONTACT #: ____________________________


CHARITY/ORGANIZATION WHICH CHECK IS PAYABLE TO:

_________________________________________________

 
OUR PROGRAM IS A CONTRIBUTION STYLE IN WHICH CARNIVAL CRUISELINES
WILL CONTRIBUTE TO THE ORGANIZATION $4 PER PERSON PER DAY FOR UP
TO TWO GUEST PER STATEROOM.PLEASE PROVIDE SUPPORTING
DOCUMENTATION BY FINAL PAYMENT OF THE ORGANIZATIONS 501 C3
FILING STATUS OF NON-PROFIT AND CONTRIBUTION CLAIM FORM.

CHECKS WILL BE REQUESTED BY SAILING SUPPORT UPON COMPLETION
OF THE SAILING AND PROVIDED THAT DOCUMENTATION HAS BEEN
RECEIVED.  PAYMENT WILL BE MADE 21 DAYS AFTER THE SAILING
RETURNS AND THE CHECK WILL BE SENT IN CARE OF YOUR TRAVEL
AGENCY.

2-5 DAY DEPARTURE PORT
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
GALVESTON, TEXAS
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA (LONG BEACH)
MIAMI, FLORIDA
MOBILE, ALABAMA
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA
PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA
TAMPA, FLORIDA

2-5 DAY DESTINATION PORT
BAHAMAS
CARIBBEAN
BAJA, MEXICO
MEXICO



2-5 DAY DEPARTURE SHIPS
ECSTACY
ELATION
FANTASY
IMAGINATION
INSPIRATION
LIBERTY
PARADISE
SENSATION
TRIUMPH
VALOR
VICTORY

6-9 DAY DEPARTURE PORT
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
BARBADOS
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA
GALVESTON, TEXAS
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA (LONG BEACH)
MIAMI, FLORIDA
MOBILE, ALABAMA
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA
PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA
SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO
TAMPA, FLORIDA

6-9 DAY DESTINATION PORT
BAHAMAS
CARIBBEAN
MEXICO
MEXICAN RIVIERA
PANAMA

6-9 DAY DEPARTURE SHIPS

BREEZE
CONQUEST
DREAM
ECSTASY
FASCINATION
FREEDOM 
GLORY
MAGIC
MIRACLE
PRIDE
SPLENDOR
SUNSHINE
VISTA


10+ DAY DEPARTURE PORT
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA (LONG BEACH)
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA

10+ DAY DESTINATION PORT
CARIBBEAN
PANAMA


10+ DAY DEPARTURE SHIPS
MIRACLE
PRIDE

SPLENDOR
SUNSHINE
 
 
CARNIVAL SHIPS
 
BREEZE ~ 2012
CONQUEST ~
DREAM ~ 2009
ECSTASY ~ 1991
ELATION ~
FANTASY ~
FASCINATION ~ 1994
FREEDOM ~ 2007
GLORY ~ 2003

IMAGINATION ~ 1995
INSPIRATION ~
LIBERTY ~

MAGIC ~
MIRACLE ~
PARADISE ~
PRIDE ~
SENSATION ~ 
1993
SPIRIT ~ 2001?
SPLENDOR ~
SUNSHINE ~
TRIUMPH ~ 
1999
VALOR ~
VICTORY ~ 2000

VISTA ~ 2016





 

41 YEARS OF FUN:  A HISTORY OF CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES

Carnival Cruise Lines is the most successful cruise line in the world, carrying more passengers than any other.

But the Carnival of today is a vastly different company than the one started from humble beginnings more than three decades ago.  Carnival was launched with a converted transatlantic ocean liner and a dream of entrepreneur Ted Arison, a pioneer in the modern-day cruise industry who set out to realize his vision of making a vacation experience once reserved for the very rich accessible to the average person.

The rest, as they say, is history.

THROUGH THE YEARS . . .

1972 – Maiden voyage of Carnival’s first ship, the TSS Mardi Gras, which runs aground on sandbar outside the Port of Miami

1975 – Carnival purchases Empress of Britain, enters service as the TSS Carnivale

1978 – The Festivale, formerly the S.A. Vaal, undergoes $30 million refurbishment, begins service for Carnival as the largest and fastest vessel sailing from Miami to the Caribbean

1982 – Debut of the Tropicale, the first new cruise ship the cruise industry has seen in many years; ship marks the beginning of an industry-wide multi-billion-dollar shipbuilding boom

1984 – Carnival becomes first cruise line to advertise on network T.V. with the premiere of new advertising campaign starring company spokesperson Kathie Lee Gifford (then Johnson)

1985 – Debut of 46,052-ton Holiday

1986 – Launch of 47,262-ton Jubilee

1987 – The 47,262-ton Celebration enters service. Carnival earns distinction as “Most Popular Cruise Line in the World,” carrying more passengers than any other. Carnival Cruise Lines undertakes its initial public offering on Wall Street, raising approximately $400 million to fuel future expansion; entity later becomes Carnival Corporation & plc, a multi-line worldwide cruise conglomerate

1990 – The 70,367-ton Carnival Fantasy – the first and namesake vessel in the highly successful “Fantasy-class” — enters service as first new ship ever placed on three- and four-day Bahamas cruise program from Miami.  Eventually, Carnival would construct eight “Fantasy-class” vessels, the most cruise ships in a single class.

1991 – Launch of 70,367-ton Carnival Ecstasy

1993 – Carnival introduces its third 70,367-ton SuperLiner, Carnival Sensation

1994 – Debut of 70,367-ton Carnival Fascination. Carnival’s parent company renamed Carnival Corporation to distinguish between it and its flagship brand, Carnival Cruise Lines. Company is later renamed Carnival Corp. & plc following the combination with P&O Princess Cruises, creating the world’s largest cruise operator by far.

1995 – 70,367-ton Carnival Imagination enters service

1996 – Carnival’s launches sixth “Fantasy-class” vessel, Carnival Inspiration. Carnival debuts the first passenger vessel to exceed 100,000 tons, the 101,353-ton Carnival Destiny, at the time the world’s largest cruise ship

1998 – Introduction of seventh “Fantasy-class” vessel, the Carnival Elation, the first new cruise ship deployed on the West Coast. The eighth and last in the “Fantasy-class” series, the Carnival Paradise, enters service

1999 – Debut of the 102,000-ton Carnival Triumph, Carnival’s second “Destiny-class” vessel

2000 – A third “Destiny-class” vessel, the 102,000-ton Carnival Victory, is launched.

2001 –Carnival introduces a new class of vessel with the launch of the 88,500-ton Carnival Spirit, the first new “Fun Ship” ever positioned in the Alaska and Hawaii markets

2002 – A second “Spirit-class” vessel, the Carnival Pride, is launched. Carnival’s third “Spirit-class” ship, Carnival Legend, enters service. Debut of the 110,000-ton Carnival Conquest, beginning a new class of vessel for the line.

2003 – Second 110,000-ton “Conquest-class” ship, the Carnival Glory, enter service

2004 – Carnival Miracle, the fourth in Carnival’s “Spirit-class,” debuts. A third 110,000-ton “Conquest-class” ship, Carnival Valor, sets sail

2005 – A fourth 110,000-ton “Conquest-class” vessel, Carnival Liberty, enters service July 20 operating Carnival’s first-ever Mediterranean cruise program.

2007 – Debut of Carnival’s fifth “Conquest-class” vessel, Carnival Freedom

2008 – The new 113,300-ton Carnival Splendor enters service, representing a new class of ship for the line

2009 – The130,000-ton Carnival Dream – the largest “Fun Ship” ever constructed – is introduced in Europe Sept. 21, 2009.

2011 – A second 130,000-ton ship, Carnival Magic, debuts in Europe May 1 and launched year-round seven-day Caribbean service from Galveston, Texas, Nov 14.

2012 – A third 130,000-ton ship, Carnival Breeze, enters service in June 3 operating 12-day Mediterranean voyages from Barcelona before repositioning to Miami on year-round six- and eight-day departures beginning November 24, becoming Carnival’s largest South Florida-based “Fun Ship.”

2016 – The largest “Fun Ship” ever constructed – the 135,000-ton, 4,000-passenger Carnival Vista — is scheduled to enter service in winter 2016